Yes - would be great if one of the maintainers could give his opinion about how usefull that might be for us
It should be very useful, as the binding won’t need to be reverse engineered.
that’s the first step Apple takes.
They also want to cooperate with other companies (Amazon, Google etc.) and offer an open wireless-bluetooth standard.
yes, the big fight for smart home starts. good move from apple.
it will also help us to develop homekit binding and underlaying library (Java-HAP).
until now we had only specification which is not always detailed enough and we had to do some try-and-error-with-reverse-engineering to figure out the details.
while source code of ADK definitely helps, it will not explain why home app sometimes behaves strange, e.g. recent pairing issue with ios13.
if i could choose i would prefer source code of home app and ios homekit.